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Togo: Preliminary plans unfold for Maharishi Invincibility Schools, College
by Global Good News staff writer
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24 June 2009
In Togo, 2,800 hectares of land have been secured with proposed plans for two Maharishi Invincibility Schools as well as a Maharishi college of sustainable agriculture and business.
The proposed initiative is moving forward under the leadership of the two National Directors of Togo for the Global Country of World Peace, who both became Teachers of the Transcendental Meditation Programme this past year. Raja Graham de Freitas, Raja of Invincible Togo for the Global Country of World Peace, recently reported this news.
Preliminary plans include one Invincibility School for boys and one for girls—with 300 students each.
In addition to the schools and college, this pristine land is ideal for cultivation of pure, organic food—some of which could be exported to countries where such high quality produce is increasingly in demand.
Organic agriculture would help support the schools, Raja Graham said, and the schools' students could create invincibility for the nation.
Earlier this year, on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya*, Raja Graham continued, a local chief and members of the local community attended a flag-raising ceremony on the land. The project has also been presented to a supportive regional chief, Raja Graham said.
*Day of Lasting Achievements in the Vedic Calendar
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